Much of what Bradley says is right on - it also gets us beyond a lot of the BS by identifying the simplifications and lying. However, one can still advocate and hope that their lie gets out on top. How? Just look over the article closely and you'll see while it's fair to say both sides are painted as liars, the brush's stroke is far wider when it comes to those who advocate for increased sensitivity to Palestinian concerns. E.g. - why can't a person be one-state without being some sort of liar? How is it lying to say that Israel simply shouldn't be a Jewish ethnocracy? Bradley does an AMAZING rhetorical shift here, but it's tried and tired...also very Middle Eastern.
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Kerry: If Assad does not adhere to ceasefire plan there 'will clearly be repercussions' (Reuters)
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